is an Indian writer and teacher, known for his scholarship in Sanskrit
The Government of India
honoured Sharma in 2011, with the fourth highest Indian civilian award of the Padma Shri
and followed it up with Padma Bhushan
, the third-highest civilian award, in 2017.
Deviprasad Dwivedi was born on 2h0 October 1956
, in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. He passed his first master's degree (MA) in Sociology from the Banares Hindu University
and followed it up with the degrees of Sahityacharya
(MA Linguistics) from Sampurnanand Sanskrit University
, (SSU) Varanasi. His doctoral degree (PhD) also came from the same university. He has also secured the degree of DLitt from the SSU.
Dwivedi started his career by joining his alma mater as a faculty member and is the Professor of Linguistics, in the Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics at Sampurnanand Sanskrit University
He is also the Deputy Director at Yog Sadhana Kendra
and Shankrachrya Mandap
of the university. A visiting faculty at the Assam University
, Dwivedi has assisted many research scholars for their theses. He is also credited with many articles and books, Baudha Darshan Mimansa
, Chitra Champu Kavyasya Sasamiksham Sampadanam
,Sanskrit Dhwani Vigyan
, Kavya Shastriya Paribhashik Shabdon Ki Nirukti
being a few of them.
Dwivedi has received several honours such as the Aacharya Ratna
award from the Pazhassi Raja Charitable Trust, Kerala, Ved Pandit Puraskar
(1995), Chatrapati Sivaji Samman
(2011) and Kashi Gaurav Alankarn
In 2011, he was honored by the Government of India
with the civilian award of Padma Shri
He was also honored with the title of Padma Bhushan
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